A Day In The Life of an Energy Assets Meter Engineer

A Day In The Life of an Energy Assets Meter Engineer

Energy Assets is one of the UK’s leading and fastest growing independent metering business, helping Britain’s private and public sectors to improve their energy efficiency through ground-breaking technologies, real-time data and innovative customer-focused processes.

As an accredited meter asset manager, meter operator and data collector/aggregator, we work alongside major energy suppliers and partner with some of the country’s biggest brands and best-known public sector organisations. They look to us for advanced metering services, data supply and analytics and utility network services to help them optimise their gas, electricity and water consumption.

But we couldn’t do all of this without our people. Our people are the driving force and lifeblood of Energy Assets – but have you ever wondered what a typical day at Energy Assets is like?

In the second of a series of videos we provide an insight into a day in the life of one of our most essential roles.

First, we experienced a day in the life of a Gas Planner with Aime Graham. Now, we are following Rolly, one of our excellent Electricity Engineers. Our engineers help deliver excellent customer service day after day and are essential to both the public and Energy Assets.

To find out more, click the video below and let Rolly take you through his day as an Energy Assets Electricity Engineer.

Libby White, SHEQ Assistant- International Youth Day Special!

In light of International Youth Day, on the 12th of August, we wanted to take the opportunity to shine a spotlight on one of the many successful young employees within the Energy Assets Group.

Please meet Libby White, SHEQ Assistant within the Energy Assets Utilities Compliance Department. Libby joined our Compliance Department in 2018 and has worked hard to support Compliance locally in Birstall as well as supporting the wider Group.


My ‘New Normal’ During COVID-19. Jen Faichney – Head of HR

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has brought new meaning to the words ‘pace’ and ‘change’, as each day we have faced a changing work and personal landscape. As an individual and on behalf of the business I have embraced this change brought on by COVID-19 by working together with other functions to find solutions.

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